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Though the government is mostly silent on the content regulations debate, Paul Fletcher has his initial reactions on his website.
The new Australian Netflix office is being talked up as a golden goose for producers, but the lobbyists think the bid bad wolf may be in town.
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The international growth of the BBC is part of a transformation in broadcasting networks which feeds on the need for truth and objectivity.
We now have a proper industry wide code to deal with discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment and bullying.
Globalisation is not just about markets. As the Asia Pacific Screen Awards show, we can support our neighbours whose productions are truly difficult.
Ita Buttrose, Fiona Cochrane, Suzanne Baker, Sigrid Thornton, Ray Argall, Kerry Heysen-Hicks, Eric Bana and Ken Sutcliffe all have very clear beliefs.
Glenn Dunks was there to watch the new Australian film Palm Beach, live through the speeches and spot the celebs.
A 20 per cent increase in core funding and some extra dollars for regional screenings acknowledge the growing importance of the biggest Sydney screen event.
Paul Fletcher, now Minister for Communications, Cybersafety and the Arts, is a Liberal brainiac. A chunk of this portfolio looks like his natural home.
Any development investment is a huge risk. What punts has Screen Australia taken this time? And why should you feel inspired?
Paul Fletcher, the Liberal Member for Bradfield, has replaced Victorian Senator Mitch Fifield as Federal Minister for Communications and the Arts.
Besides the big mess of unformed media policy which the Morrison government will have to face, it will do battle with an ABC which claims a unique halo of public trust.
Not just one year -the Libs are promising that Auntie's evolution will be dominated by expanding cuts for the next three years.
This weekend hopes were dashed and the public drama of politics became strange and unpredictable. Here is David Tiley's early take on how it will impact the screen sector.
The screen sector made one last attempt to get certainty from the parties. The results are clear, sad, inspiring and foggy, sometimes at the same time.
The Sydney Film Festival will flourish because of its value amongst the behemoths, say Peter and Sharon Ivany who are major donors.
Michelle Rowland, shadow minister for communications, has a plan to blow up the logjam of media and funding policy which has driven the sector spare for the last six years.
With the launch of the ALP arts policy, we now know the party's approach to the screen sector. Actual money and a real enquiry.
At MIPTV, quality matters, attendance down, changes coming, observes ACTF International Sales Manager, Roberta Di Vito.
The battle for government support is around financial analysis. Here's a report which shows how that is honestly done. As opposed to fudging the numbers.
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